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May 1, 2018

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Iron and gold

Indulge in a momentous wedding day by gathering friends and family aboard the elegant HMS Warrior. Based at Portsmouth Historical Dockyard and situated on the south coast of Hampshire, England. The highly polished venue is an iron clad warship build in 1860. The super gold and opulent black make for a brilliant and bold palette and miror the Victorian colour scheme. Ultimate in luxe.

The originality of the ship allows for some quirkiness with your wedding shots and you will no doubt encounter a life-long love-affair with this marvellous vessel.

Stylish luggage label invitations with gold rivet and black ribbon for day and evening guests to echo the days theme. Accompanied with a reply card and matching envelopes.

The Pantone colour of 2009 – mimosa and these gold satin shoes by Lissa-Gold by Badgley Mischka are a good excuse to be sassy. For a special touch, personalise with printed names or calligraphy. Information sheets and on the day stationery; swept frames, table names, menus and order of the services can be arranged for a fine dining experience. Whilst guests will love their personalised place cards and keep as an aide memoir to treasure.

Giant sunflowers are a winning combination for a summer wedding (choose a sunflower bouquet by Owen at Little Lillies). Add thistles and some quiet Lily of the Valley for a 19th Century throwback.

The highly ornamental interior, polished brass, aged oak and heavy ropes are a grand backdrop for a genuine Victorian industrial presence.

Stationery by Lily Anna Rose photographed onboard HMS Warrior by Julian Hickman. To enquire about your HMS Warrior wedding stationery email love@lilyannarose.com for further details.

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